Annual reports (1939-1955) for St. Luke’s Hospital were included in runs of "St. Luke’s News"; newsletter was later united with the Presbyterian bulletin to form the Presbyterian-St. Luke’s review.St. Luke’s Free Hospital was founded in 1864, later called St. Luke’s Hospital. It merged with Presbyterian Hospital of the City of Chicago in 1956 to become Presbyterian-St. Luke’s Hospital. In 1969, the dormant medical school Rush Medical College was re-established and merged with Presbyterian-St. Luke’s Hospital to form Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke’s Medical Center, which changed its name to Rush University Medical Center in 2003.Description based on vol. 1, no. 1 (January 1940). Some printings issued together: vol.7 and 9, nos.9-10, vol.14, nos.6-7; Jun and Jul 1949 both no.6 (no issue no.7); Sept-Oct (1950) vol.11, no.10 (no issue no.9); Jul 1951 not printed, Aug-Sept as vol.12, no.7 and 8 respectively (no issue no. 9); Jul 1952 not printed, Oct-Nov (1952) both vol.13, no.9 (no issue no.10,11). COLLECTION HAS GAPS (mostly in 1954 run).
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